Davos 2016 – What If Your Brain Confesses

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Neural Monitoring Can Have Your Brain Testify Against You

neural monitoring brain testify against you

Presented in conjunction with TIME
Published on Jan 23, 2016

Credit: William Kern, World Meets America – Host

As neuroscientists decipher the workings of the brain, new questions will be raised about decoding memories, ascertaining intentions and defusing criminal behaviour. What if neuro-evidence is invited into the courtroom?   neural monitoring brain testify against you
Join an in-depth discussion that explores the possible, plausible and probable impacts of neuroscience disrupting the justice system.
This session was developed in partnership with TIME.

· Nita A. Farahany, Professor, Law and Philosophy, Duke University, USA
· Jack Gallant, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of California, Berkeley, USA
· Brian Knutson, Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Stanford University, USA
· Sam Muller, Director, Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law, Netherlands

Moderated by
· Rana Foroohar, Assistant Managing Editor, Business and Economics, Time Magazine, USA

Links:

Patent: Neural Monitoring

BRAIN MAPS: The New UPIs

Brain Computer Interface: Patent

 

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